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Amarpali Sector-70

Last updated: September 16 2010
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  • Re : Amarpali Sector-70

    this is big plan.

    what are facilities builer is providing for the electricity and water.

    rates below 3000 is reasonable

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    • Re : Amarpali Sector-70

      Hi Rahulkhanna,

      My terrace flat was not under a corporate deal. Everything had been charged and there is no extra discount on BSP.

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      • Re : Amarpali Sector-70

        i saw sample flat today. construction quality is good (at least of sample flat). patel is doing all construction and has also moved some employess to site office

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        • Re : Amarpali Sector-70

          Originally posted by neerajbhatt View Post
          i saw sample flat today. construction quality is good (at least of sample flat). patel is doing all construction and has also moved some employess to site office
          Most of the sample flats do not have real brick walls. The walls are fabricated using gypsum boards. Some is the case with ceilings.

          Basically, the entire sample flat stands on gypsum boards.

          Recently, Gaursons dismantled their sample flat at Grandeur, Sector 119 and it hardly took the earth mover 1 hour to convert the marketing office/sample flats to a pile of broken gypsum boards.

          From the sample flat, you can get an idea about the fit and finish (OBD/paint, quality of door, windows, tiles, sanitary fittings) and not the construction quality.

          Similar looking 2 x 2 vitrified tiles are available from Rs 150 to Rs 1500 per piece. Same goes for sanitary fittings like taps, washbasin, pots etc.

          Most of the builders use 5 star rated vitrified tiles, sanitary fittings, paint, pop etc in the sample flat.

          But what they put in the actual flat is anyone's guess.

          One of the builder in Sector 119 claimed that they would provide indo-Italian marble (size 3 ft X 3 ft) in drawing/dining room.

          What they have actually installed is vitrified tiles from some unknown company from some where in Gujarat.

          Never go by the appeal of a sample flat. Hathi ke daant khanne ke kuch aur hote hain aur dikhane ke kuch aur.
          Last edited by sanjeevchaudhri; April 2 2010, 03:49 PM. Reason: typo

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          • Re : Amarpali Sector-70

            Thanks Sanjeev, it was really an eye-opener for many gullible customers including me. But what's the way-out for this problem? How one can nail builders when sample flats & actual flats don't turn out to be similar qualitatively?

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            • Re : Amarpali Sector-70

              Wait till the Real Estate Regulatory framework is in place.....UP has already passed a bill and is awaiting notification

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              • Re : Amarpali Sector-70

                thats true but once payment is done what customers can do except praying in india, at least its better than uni home which after one year is still only a land

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                • Re : Amarpali Sector-70

                  This is why it is always safer to go for CLP so that risk exposure is limited.

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                  • Re : Amarpali Sector-70

                    Mnister of Urban development Mr Jaipal Reddy has made it clear the proposed bill WON'T regulate prices of properties. It will simply make builders accountable dont cheat innocent people. Prices would continue to be governed by market forces. Builders might have a leeway when it comes to provisions of the bill & the quality of construction they will give. Indian Govt. Laws are generally framed in such a way that there is some scope for loopholes !

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                    • Re : Amarpali Sector-70

                      Originally posted by Tanusree View Post
                      Hi Rahulkhanna,

                      My terrace flat was not under a corporate deal. Everything had been charged and there is no extra discount on BSP.
                      What does this so called terrace look like? Is it a enlarged balcony without a roof next to the apartment? How will it be gated?

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